FRED WORKS @ THE MOMA
The piece walks one through a constructed stream of consciousness of a security guard I filmed in the MoMa.
It attempts to tackle notions of privacy and what we, as a western society, regard as surveillance. In turn, the contents of the voice-over piece and the images are meant to question the role of the worker in today’s system; are we being paid for our time, and solely our time? Have the constructs of a Fordist reality actually been overruled?
How is this affecting our flow of being? What does this mean for intimacy and for habit?
exhibited at Cable Street Studios Art Festival